Medieval wall hangings
|Though used principally by the noblemen and the royal court to adorn royal abodes, tapestries from the medieval period depict a remarkable range of life and events in the Middle Ages.
Our medieval tapestries reveal insights into the thoughts and feelings from people living in this remarkable era.
Some examples include Godspeed tapestry, The Accolade tapestry and Call to Arms tapestry from Edmund Blair Leighton who produced works which reflected his interest in medieval subject matter.
Other medieval tapestries are directly from the artwork from the 14-15th century middle ages itself such as Hunt for Maximillian, La Cour, Le Joute, Verdanges, Payment of the Harvesters and the King's Departure I and II, and others.
There are tapestries from literature from the middle ages such as the 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci' tapestry, inspired from a work by John Keats.
Medieval wall hangings are striking pieces of art, showing a period in history rich in cultural and social development. Browse our range of medieval art tapestries here.